Korean BBQ: Adelaide's Best Spots to Sizzle & Serve Yourself Some Delicious Cuisine
Serve yourself to some of the best Korean BBQ Restaurants in Adelaide, from sizzling barbequed meats to authentic Korean Fried Chicken, all washed down with some fabulously refreshing Korean drinks.
Picture it: You’re heading out for a group meal; you haven’t seen this particular group of friends for a while, it’s taken months to get a date that works for all and who knows when you’ll all be together again. But then someone says the dreaded phrase “why don’t we get lots of different plates and share?” Fear not! you’re at a Korean BBQ restaurant where sharing and serving yourself is all part of the fun, and let’s face it, everything looks so delicious that you couldn’t have ordered just one option anyway.
Rejoice all those who are strong willed and have a bottomless stomach – this is the outing for you. 100 minutes of unlimited Korean BBQ at Don Don’s buffet of smoky traditional BBQ, hot pots, appetizer and condiments – all washed down with a refreshing Korean beer and for under $40. Don’t sweat it, you don’t have to go all you can eat. There is the option to order an appetizer, one standard dish + rice for under $20.
184 Hindley Street, Adelaide
If you’re after fun, chilled vibes and superb neon lighting for a good group of friends or a fun date night, then May Q has you covered. With great music and bar ambience, you really must complete the experience by sipping on one of their 12 flavours of Soju – a delicious fruity flavoured Korean alcoholic beverage – instead of your usual beer or wine order.
13 Leigh Street, Adelaide
Lunch or dinner, meat or vegan, everyone is catered for at this fabulously centrally located Korean street food haven. Enjoy their dishes that have been prepared lovingly in the Seoul way that offers a unique twist on the classic style. Dishes range from fan favourite Korean Fried Chicken right up to the distinct Kimchi Pancake, topped off with a choice of drinks – from South Australian wines to tasty Korean cocktails.
Shop 3 / 25 Grenfell Street, Adelaide
Currently only available at St Morris and Mawson Lakes but very excitingly opening in the city in March, this inexpensive family favourite is guaranteed to satisfy, whether you’re dining in or taking away. You’ll be spoilt for choice with their extensive selection of foods and drinks on offer, from lunch boxes, rice bowls, fried chicken and salads.
Shop 1, 32-36 Metro Parade, Mawson Lakes
Shop 1, 443 Magill Road, St Morris
Sick to death of bottomless brunches and can’t bear to see another eggs royale? Then why not go for a bottomless Korean feast including two hours of bottomless selected drinks alongside a more casual lunch option of Ciabatta roll with beef or pork, or some Korean Fried Chicken (KFC anyone?).
397 King William Street, Adelaide
If you’ve never experienced Korean food before then Ban Ban have you covered – simply tick the “Feed Me” option on your menu and you’ll be fed the Ban Ban way! Picking out special dishes from their simple yet sublime menu of chicken, kimchi and rice dishes, it would be a shame not to top off your meal with their very own Ban Ban lager, or their Bianco or Rouge wine!
145 Franklin Street, Adelaide
Level 1, Rundle Mall Plaza, Adelaide
200 Commercial Road, Port Adelaide Plaza
Certainly one for the family, this specialist Korean BBQ hot spot offers a huge option of buffet meats and additional plates to order. In true Korean style, you’re able to have a bit of fun with their revolving BBQ centred in your table – but don’t worry, there is attentive staff keeping an eye to ensure it is cooked to perfection.
449 Pulteney Street, Adelaide
You are guaranteed two things if you visit Little Korea. A full, satisfied stomach and a brand new Instagram photo. Their picture-perfect interior looks like it’s been taken straight from an artist’s sketch book – white walls, furnishings and flooring, elaborated with slick black lines. Feast on their traditional Korean dishes, cooked to perfection, including Bulgogi – tender, thin strips of barbequed beef, and Bimibap – a rice dish with Kimchi and a whole host of other tastes.
65 Hyde Street, Adelaide
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